Attorney Mike Broad is the founder of East Bay Probate and Trust Administration (EBPTA). EBPTA offers client focused representation and counsel in a variety of estate planning services including living trust, wills, durable power of attorney, advanced healthcare directives, medi-cal planning, probate and trust administration.
Mike has been providing legal services to clients in Oakland and Alameda county since 1986. While Mike is well known for his winning results in common carrier law, business litigation, jury trials, mediation and arbitration, many individuals and families have turned to Mike for legal counsel ranging from basic power of attorney to complex will and estate planning during the last two decades.
Mike’s office and his home are both located in Oakland. Whether Mike is representing a client in trucking litigation or creating a comprehensive Estate Plan for a family, he represents a tradition of quality and service to our community in the East Bay. What sets him apart?
- Legal experience since 1986
- Personal attention on every case
- Fast response time
- Sound legal counsel
- Organized and attention to details
- Local representation
- Flexible appointment availability
- Willingness to make house calls for clients convenience
- Winning results
In addition to being an attorney at law, Mike also sits as a judge pro tem in Alameda County, serving the Small Claims and Traffic divisions. Outside the court room, Mike has been active in community organizations such as the Lawyers in the Library and Oakland Chamber of Commerce. He has helped create the non-profit status for Oakland neighborhood newspaper, The MacArthur Metro. Mike has mentored young men being released from the California Youth Authority through Volunteers in Parole. Mike is the founder and president of The Intermodal Maritime Association and was the Chairman of the Board of the San Francisco Shakespeare Festival. Mike is an avid lover of art, music and theatre. He is an outdoors-man, a traveler and a sports enthusiast.
Mike measures his success not only in terms of the success he has had in the courtroom but also by the long-term relationships he has developed with his clients.